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California Phenology Project: species profile for common name ( Genus species ). CPP site(s) where this species is monitored :. What does this species look like ?. When monitoring this species, use the USA-NPN broadleaf evergreen trees and shrubs datasheet. Photo credit :.

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California Phenology Project:

species profile forcommon name(Genus species)

CPP site(s) where this species is monitored:

What does this species look like?

When monitoring this species, use the USA-NPN broadleaf evergreen trees and shrubs datasheet.

Photo credit:

  • Species facts!
  • The CPP four letter code for this species is ABCD.

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  • Where is this species found?
  • Occurs at…

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For more information about phenology and the California Phenology Project (CPP), please visit the CPP website (www.usanpn.org/cpp) and the USA-NPN website (www.usanpn.org)

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California Phenology Project:

species profile forcommon name(Genus species)

Young leaves

Breaking leaf buds

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Flowers or flower buds

Open flowers

Note: flower phenophases are nested; if you record Y for “open flowers” you should also record Y for “flowers or flower buds

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Ripe fruits

Note: fruit phenophases are nested; if you record Y for “ripe fruits” you should also record Y for “fruits”

Fruits

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Version 1 Month Year

Phenophases not pictured: Recent fruit or seed drop

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